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Retired Postal Worker Describes How the Post Office Helped Steal the 2020 Election

Out of all the volumes of evidence that we’ve been looking at on the 2020 election, one area that hasn’t received as much attention as it deserves is the US Postal Service. It makes sense that it was involved. The union for postal workers endorsed Joe Biden in the run-up to the 2020 election—and then those same union members were handling all of the mail-in ballots.

But how were they involved? What exactly did they do to help the Democrat Party steal the election? A retired postal worker may have just given us the answer.

Jay Valentine of the ballot integrity group Omega 4 America was on recent episode of the War Room with Steve Bannon. After that appearance, a retired postal worker emailed Valentine, with his impressions of what happened in 2020.

Valentine shared the email in full at the American Thinker website. The former postal worker’s name is not being revealed for an obvious reason—so that the FBI won’t kill him.

 

Here is part of that email to Valentine. You’ll notice that every single sentence in the message has the ring of truth and authenticity to it:

“I now know where the mules got their ballots. Straight from the post office in returned/undeliverable mail.

“While I have zero proof of where they ended up, I had those ballots you were talking about in my mail bag with wrong addresses or lacking apartment numbers or even people that moved and still had ballots delivered to their old apartment.

“We put those ballots in a basket, and someone came by and picked them up. Hundreds or even thousands of ballots.

“Who picked them up, where did they go?

“Now we know why signature match was removed… Someone needs to investigate the post office and their democratic union run activities.”

This retired postal worker’s allegations seem entirely plausible. Democrat secretaries of state flooded the zone with mail-in ballots, thanks to the dirty voter rolls in so many states. When a postal worker tries to deliver a ballot to an address that is actually an empty lot or a DMV office, he takes it back to the Post Office. The ballot, along with all the other undeliverable ballots, ends up in a single basket.

After hours, some person—most likely a union rep—picks up the basket and wanders over to the offices of Stacey Abrams’ PAC. The ballots are filled out, signatures that don’t even vaguely match are scribbled on them, and then the ballots are handed off to the mules. The mules deliver the stacks of signed ballots to unattended drop boxes and stuff them in.

This makes total sense. The retired postal worker makes a fabulous point. We know that the drop boxes were stuffed by mules, but where did all those ballots come from in the first place?

“Someone came by and picked them up.”

This is why efforts to clean up the voter rolls in every state are so important. Millions of undeliverable ballots were plugged back into the system in 2020 using this method.

We know from the various audits that have taken place that ballots were mailed out to empty lots and street corners. A college dorm in Wisconsin that houses 250 residents had 1,000 ballots delivered to registered voters who no longer lived there. Ballots were mailed to restaurants, Border Patrol offices, banks, churches, laundromats, and 7-Elevens—none of which are valid domiciles from which a person can register to vote. Ballots were delivered to UPS boxes where a dozen adults were registered to vote from the same little box.

All of those invalid ballots would make their way back to the post office, where they’d be placed in the undeliverable mail bin, and later picked up by a union rep when no one was looking.

In 2022, seven states changed their laws to make it easier to purge all the dead and inactive and invalid voters from their rolls. Those states were Arizona (where Katie Hobbs failed to clean up the rolls in time for her own election), Florida, Iowa, Kentucky, Mississippi, Texas and Utah. We still have a ton of work to do before 2024.


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